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A Practical Guide to Information Architecture by Donna Spencer
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it was amazing
bookshelves: ux

well done Donna, this is a brilliant introduction to Information Architecture. Even as someone with years of experience I picked up a few new tips and tricks from this book. Well worth my time and a beautifully written and designed book.
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August 20, 2010 – Started Reading
August 20, 2010 – Shelved
August 20, 2010 –
page 21
6.82% "Essential skills for IAs - Empathy:'the person creating the IA must genuinely care about understanding the people who will use the site, and be willing to represent their needs (and go in to bat for them when the pressure is on).'"
August 31, 2010 –
page 37
12.01% "When I start a piece of work with a client, I want to know two things: why are they doing this work and what do they want to achieve when it's finished.... If you can't articulate the reason for doing the work and the desired outcome, stop right now. Don't go any further until this is clear.'"
September 1, 2010 –
page 97
31.49%
September 2, 2010 –
page 125
40.58%
September 6, 2010 –
page 179
58.12%
September 21, 2010 –
page 217
70.45%
September 23, 2010 –
page 231
75.0%
September 26, 2010 – Shelved as: ux
September 26, 2010 – Finished Reading

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